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Midwest Chapter Joe Henry Manufacturing Mini-Series

The first session of a four part Family Business Advisor mini-series brought to you by FFI GEN and the Midwest Chapter of FFI. Starring actors from Northwestern Department of Theatre as the Joe Henry family and featuring Michael Madera and Kim Schneider Malek, FFI GEN faculty members!

When: Thursday, January 28, 2016
From 5:00 PM until 8:00:00 PM
Where: The Family Business Fulcrum
191 N. Wacker Drive
Suite 3700
Chicago, IL  60606
United States
Presenter: Michael Madera and actors from the Northwestern Department of Theatre
Contact: Family Firm Institute

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Joe Henry and Family/JHM Manufacturing Company Mini-Series  


Enhance your skills as a family enterprise advisor or consultant by participating in this four week series sponsored by the FFI Midwest Chapter.


In this session, you'll meet the Joe Henry Family! Watch the drama. Analyze the case. Develop essential facts for the family genogram and review core concepts in the field.





About the Facilitator:


Michael Madera, CFBA, ACFBA 


Michael Madera is a consulting psychologist and executive coach with 18 years experience in individual development and organizational consulting. Michael has served as a facilitator in the Families in Business course at Harvard Business School, and teaches in the Executive Coaching Certificate Program at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. He holds both the FFI GEN Certificate in Family Business Advising (CFBA) and Advanced Certificate in Family Business Advising (ACFBA). 

Northwestern Department of Theatre


Northwestern's Department of Theatre gives its students a full range of instruction and experience in theatre arts—practice, history, and theory—along with the full benefits of a liberal arts education. Students profit from the real-world experiences of more than thirty department faculty members as they develop their own innovative practice and scholarly pursuits upon its stages and in its classrooms.